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2011 Annual Report


Atlanta Board of Directors

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T. Anthony Humphries
Carol B. Tomé
Richard H. Anderson
Clarence Otis Jr.
Rudy E. Schupp
José S. Suquet
James M. Wells III
Thomas I. Barkin
Renée Lewis Glover

T. ANTHONY HUMPHRIES

President and Chief Executive Officer
NobleBank & Trust N.A.
Anniston, Alabama

CAROL B. TOMÉ

CHAIR
Chief Financial Officer and
Executive Vice President
The Home Depot
Atlanta, Georgia

RICHARD H. ANDERSON

Chief Executive Officer
Delta Air Lines Inc.
Atlanta, Georgia

CLARENCE OTIS JR.

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Darden Restaurants Inc.
Orlando, Florida

RUDY E. SCHUPP

President and Chief Executive Officer
1st United Bank
West Palm Beach, Florida

JOSÉ S. SUQUET

Chairman, President, and
Chief Executive Officer
Pan-American Life Insurance Group
New Orleans, Louisiana

JAMES M. WELLS III

Executive Chairman
SunTrust Banks Inc.
Atlanta, Georgia

THOMAS I. BARKIN

DEPUTY CHAIR
Director
McKinsey & Company
Atlanta, Georgia

RENÉE LEWIS GLOVER

President and Chief Executive Officer
Atlanta Housing Authority
Atlanta, Georgia

DARYL G. BYRD

Federal Advisory Council Representative
President and Chief Executive Officer
IBERIABANK Corporation
Lafayette, Louisiana




















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Sixth Federal Reserve District Directors

Federal Reserve Banks each have a board of nine directors. Directors provide economic information, have broad
oversight responsibility for their bank's operations, and, with the Board of Governors approval, appoint the bank's
president and first vice president.

Six directors—three class A, representing the banking industry, and three class B—are elected by banks that are
members of the Federal Reserve System. Three class C directors (including the chair and deputy chair) are appointed
by the Board of Governors. Class B and C directors represent agriculture, commerce, industry, labor, and consumers
in the district; they cannot be officers, directors, or employees of a bank; class C directors cannot be bank stockholders.

Fed branch office boards have five or seven directors; the majority are appointed by head-office directors and the rest
by the Board of Governors.